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How to manage anxiety?

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Defining anxiety. Origins of anxiety. Anxiety in modern society. Practical solutions. Breathing techniques. Relax. Taking control. Hormonal imbalance. Therapy.

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What is OCD? Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.

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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental health disorder marked by excessively repeated thoughts and behaviors. OCD is on the range of anxiety disorders and can overtake one’s day to day life if not addressed.

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Living with Narcolepsy

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Narcolepsy is a sleeping disorder that makes it difficult for one to stay awake. It can impede significantly on the ability to perform day-to-day functions and can interfere with relationships and work life.

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What is a Panic Attack?

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A Panic Attack is a physical manifestation of anxiety. Panic attacks usually consume a person suddenly and may feel scary for someone enduring a panic attack.

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Anxiety Chest Pain: Identify & Treat

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Anxiety Chest Pains can be caused by rapid breathing that one experiences through anxiety and panic attacks. It can also be caused by stomach and gastrointestinal issues that are impacted by anxiety such as acid reflux. Anxiety can increase acid reflux and therefore increase chances of heartburn.

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What is Deep Sleep? & Why is this important to you?

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Deep Sleep is naturally after the first two stages of sleep, which include transitioning and rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. Deep sleep is the hardest to wake up from and when one does wake, they tend to feel groggy and extremely fatigued.

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Acrophobia, Causes & Treatment

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Acrophobia, or the extreme fear of heights, can be paralyzing for someone with this fear. Though most people can rationally fear to fall and getting injured, acrophobia is often irrational and can elicit a strong emotional reaction such as panic attacks.

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